I am an Assistant Research Professor at the Department of Engineering & Public Policy (EPP) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). My research, which is described in the “Research” and “Publications” sections of this website, is aimed at understanding how new technologies can be deployed to solve society’s problems, particularly in the areas of energy and the environment. I teach a course on Climate Science and Adaptation at CMU, and run the US Association of Energy Economics’ annual Case Competition. I enjoy photography (check out the link to the “Pictures” on the left). I got my PhD in EPP at Carnegie Mellon in 2015, studying the economics of technological and policy interventions to reduce air pollution from ocean shipping and aviation. I spent a year at the University of Cambridge, getting my MPhil in Technology Policy. Before that, I worked as a strategy analyst for Shell’s natural gas business in Europe. I want to pursue a career helping people – particularly policymakers – make technically sound, economically sensible, and behaviorally-informed decisions.
Assistant Research Professor
Department of Engineering & Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University